For the Christian
Science Quarterly Bible Lesson for Sunday, April 29, 2001
The answers to all of these questions
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- How can you "pray without ceasing?"
- What is the value of praying without ceasing?
- What in the creation story is the basis for the sabbath
- To whom does "the Lord" refer in Bible citation
#7? (Hint: In each case, check to see whether the passage is a quote or
paraphrase from the Old Testament or from the Apocrypha?)
- What does it mean to "believe on the Lord Jesus"
as described in Bible citation # 8?
- Though Mar 9:28-29 is not included in this week's Bible
Lesson, what is its relevance to "belief" and "lack of belief"
to which Jesus referred?
(Mar 9:28-29, TEV, state: "After Jesus had
gone indoors, his disciples asked him privately, "Why couldn't we
drive the spirit out?" "Only prayer can drive this kind out,"
answered Jesus; "nothing else can.")
- What is the biblical basis for overcoming despondency,
depression, and futility?
- What does the Bible state to be "the reward for
- What is "the second death?"
- How is one saved from "the second death?"
- To each of us in our daily lives, what is the importance
of Jesus' question and follow-up answer, "Do you not believe that
I am in the Father and the Father is in me? The words that I say to you
I do not speak on my own; but the Father who dwells in me does his works,"
as found in Bible citation #21?
- To each of us, what is the significance of Jesus' statement,
"I am the real vine, and my Father is the gardener," as found
in Bible citation #22?
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